Wine Tasting 8/8/17

Posted in Hollywood Vine Events by hvine on August 3, 2017 No Comments yet

HOLLYWOOD VINE WINE TASTING
Tuesday August 8th 2017
6-9 Pm No charge for Tastings

2015 Juve y Camps “Gregal” White Blend
Penedes, Spain
Gewurtztraminer, Malvasia and Muscat
Fresh and unctuous, with a well-balanced acidity and remarkable freshness. Notes of tropical fruit, aniseed and fresh notes of jasmine, orange blossom, bitter herbs, citrus and white fruit. Delicately sweet, with a long, fruity finish. This wine has a beautiful clean, bright straw yellow colour with some golden tinges.
BTG $7.00 Retail $14.99

2014 Sonoma-Loeb Dutton Ranch Pinot Noir
Russian River Valley, Sonoma
Showcasing what can be achieved from a great vineyard in a near-perfect vintage, this wine offers remarkable depth and concentration, with alluring black cherry and raspberry aromas, as well as layers of chocolate, smoke and spice. On the palate, it is rich and velvety, with lush, mouthfilling berry flavors, silky tannins, complex spice and hints of sweet oak, espresso and vanilla. 92 Pts Vinous
Retail $37.99

2014 Pierre Dupond Côtes du Rhône La Renjardière
Southern Rhône, France
Juicy and direct, with plum sauce and red licorice flavors that maintain good energy through the accessible, white pepper—lined finish.
90 PTS TC
BTG $6.75 Retail $13.99

2015 Lamadrid Cabernet Sauvignon Agrelo
Mendoza, Argentina
A juicy, savory style, with crisp raspberry and cherry flavors that offer hints of ginger and licorice. White pepper and cedar accents show on the finish.
89 Pts Wine Spectator
BTG $7.75 Retail $17.99

2015 Marietta Zinfandel Roman
Geyserville, Sonoma County, California
A blend of 84% Zinfandel, 11% Petite Sirah and 5% Barbera, aged for 12 months in neutral barrels, the 2015 Zinfandel Roman sports a deep garnet-purple color and nose of black plums, blackberries and licorice with touches of tar, charcoal, salami and Indian spices. Full-bodied with firm, slightly rustic tannins, it offers great fruit expression in the mouth with freshness and purity coming through on the long finish. 90 pts Wine Advocate
BTG $8.75 Retail $21.99

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